Dijon University Hospital will recruit around 20 nurses by the start of 2022

Prepare your CV and cover letter: Dijon University Hospital will recruit around 20 nurses by the start of 2022. They will fill a new department which will be created at the beginning of next year, as well as three other departments which will benefit from an increase in staff.

Recruitments thought through before the COVID crisis

This wave of recruitment will be on CDI (Permanent Contract) contracts, for hospital nurses who want a transfer. Another avenue, to look for profiles coming out of nursing school. It is partly to endow a brand new service that will open by the beginning of next year, which will deal with surgery cases for those over 65. It will have 17 beds. “We have a growing demand that we have been able to deal with so far, explains Quentin Garnier, deputy director of human resources at the CHU, but here the objective is to anticipate the growing demand for geriatric medicine.”

This creation of services and positions was thought out before COVID“, explains Quentin Garnier, director of human resources at the CHU

This news did not come out of nowhere, it was “thought before COVID, continues the official. It is really a long-term need, identified, on the health needs of the entire territory. It’s a new adventure.

A service that could help in the event of a COVID outbreak in the region

This news comes as the 5th wave is more and more violent every day in France and Côte-d’Or: the incidence rate climbs to 292 cases per 100,000 people in the department, according to the latest data from Public Health France. “In the event of an epidemic or other crisis, we are asking ourselves the question: how do we organize our hospital? And at this stage we are working on it, I cannot yet say which department will contribute“, explains Quentin Garnier.


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